Research In Motion unveiled two new smartphones – the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and BlackBerry Curve 9380 – running on the BlackBerry 7 mobile operating platform on Tuesday.
The two new smartphones are the latest addition of the Canadian tech company to its smartphones running on its latest BlackBerry 7 OS as the company develops its BBX platform which would replace BlackBerry 7.
The BlackBerry Bold 9790 features a full QWERTY keypad and is the update to the previous Bold smartphone from RIM.
The Bold 9790 is powered by a 1GHz CPU and has a 2.44-inch touchscreen display with 360x480pixels resolution. It will also have 8GB in internal memory which can be augmented by a microSD (up to 32GB).
The BlackBerry Curve 9380 on the other hand is a full touch smartphone with an 800MHz CPU and a 3.2-inch display with 480x360pixels resolution. It has 1GB in internal memory.
The two BlackBerry 7 OS-running devices will feature BBM, Documents To Go Premium, BlackBerry Protect and BlackBerry Balance out of the box.